RAD Soldiers isn’t quite the crack squad game it wanted to be, but it’s a commendable diversion for the tablet tactician who can’t get enough of ordering little people to their doom.
Not what we expected, and it might well nonplus brawler fans, but this is an elegant, charming game that feels very much at home on iOS.
Repulze tests reflexes and concentration with its occasionally overwhelming fast action gameplay, which could use some balancing in earlier levels.
The racing’s entertaining – once you realise you have to drive like a fruitcake – but the game’s structure means it sometimes risks becoming a Motorbore.
Speed, skill and – most of all – precision mix to excavate an inventive take on treasure-hoovering puzzles.
Not only an accomplished reflex puzzle for all ages, but a sophisticated fusion of art and design, best enjoyed on the more generous screen of the iPad.
Another rich, epic outing for Ravensword fans, but with controls that newcomers might find a turn-off.
Playable and pretty, but short, uneven and too familiar, a bit like a sequel to a favourite movie with shinier stars that occasionally fall over.